Catalog Record: The Pacific telegraph and railway : an examination of all the projects for the construction of these works, with a proposition for harmonizing all sections and parties of the Union, and rendering these great works truly national in their character | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The Pacific telegraph and railway : an examination of all the projects for the construction of these works, with a proposition for harmonizing all sections and parties of the Union, and rendering these great works truly national in their character / By J. Loughborough.

Main Author: Loughborough, J.
Language(s): English
Published: Saint Louis : Printed by Charles & Hammond, 1849.
Subjects: Telegraph > United States.
Railroads > United States.
Pacific railroads > Early projects.
Physical Description: xx, 80 p. : 2 fold. maps (incl. front.) ; 24 cm.
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